what does the chair symbolize in the story of an hour?

what does the chair symbolize in the story of an hour?

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    The chair in the story symbolizes Louise’s new found freedom and new hope for life. When Mrs. Mallard, out of exhaustion, went to her room and sank into the armchair, it symbolized her seeking solace, away from all societal expectations and the repressed life she was used to lead. She was sitting in an armchair, facing an open window, looking forward to embrace her freedom and throw away her oppressive life.

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